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Metal Detecting Hunting Spots

Metal detecting can be rewarding both personally and financially if you find the right places to hunt. Here are some ideas of Metal detecting hunting spots you may not have thought of.

Yards � This may seem obvious, however have you asked your neighbor to hunt their yard, what about your relatives.

Parks � There are probably more parks in your city then you�re aware of. Pull out hat city map and have a look to make sure you�re not missing any.

Creeks � Talk to friends and find out where their favorite swimming holes are on the local creeks. What about their favorite fishing spots? Any place where people gather along a creek is a potential good metal detecting spot.

Woods � Research new and old trails in your local woods. Ask friends and coworkers where they go hiking and where they stop to eat when they do so. Also inquire about bike and horse riding trails in your area.

That�s just a small list of great metal detecting spots to get you started. Also, be sure to always have permission to hunt the spot you choose, leave the location as you found it, and be safe. May your next great find be right around the corner! And possibly in one of the fore mentioned metal detector hunting spots.

Submitted by:

Mark Smithn

Mark Smithn is a Metal Detecting enthusiast who also writes for www.metaldetector101.com.


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